Turkish Style Chicken With Rice Recipe

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Turkish Style Chicken with Rice – Learn how to make Mattar Pulao at home by following this amazing recipe posted on this page. Turkish Style Chicken with Rice can be served at dinner or lunch parties to the guests or for the family on weekend as a treat. Hide

INGREDIENTS

1) Chicken only Legs, breast and wings 1 lb

2) Tomatoes peeled, seeded and chopped 3 large

3) Onions finely chopped 2

4) Garlic Cloves minced 2

5) Coriander Seed ground 1 tbsp

6) Saffron 1/2 tbsp

7) Olive Oil 4 tbsp

8) Bay Leaf crushed 1

9) Bell Peppers finely diced 2

10) Kalamata Olives pitted and dices 1 cup

11) Chicken Broth preferably homemade 2 cups

12) White Raisins soaked in boiling water 2 tsp

13) Long Grain with Rice 1 lb

14) Salt and Pepper to taste

15) Cumin Ground 1/2 tsp

METHOD

1. Remove the skin from chicken pieces.
2. Season chicken with salt and pepper.
3. Cook in oil. Remove pieces as they brown.
4. They should be almost cooked at this point.
5. If they are not, turn down heat and continue cooking.
6. Add onions to the oil left in the pan and cook until soft.
7. Add garlic, bay leaf and ground coriander.
8. Stir in rice until well coated with the oil.
9. Add bell peppers and cook a few minutes.
10. Stir in tomatoes, cumin and saffron.
11. Add raisins. Return chicken pieces to pan.
12. Pour 2 cups boiling chicken stock. Cover pan.
13. Turn down heat and simmer 10 minutes.
14. Add olives and continue simmering 10 to 15 minutes until rice is cooked.
15. Add some drops of Tabasco. Serve hot.

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REVIEWS & DISCUSSIONS

I am totally nil in cooking. I am all the time dependent on new recipes that I search online. I am so glad to figure out this Turkish Style Chicken with Rice recipe. I always want to make it but did not know how to. Now I certainly can! Thanks a ton for sharing.
By: Bachar, Form: Quetta, on 31 Aug, 2016